The Amazing Mr. Santos (and Justice Kavanaugh)

The Virgin Mayor of Keg City Justice Kavanaugh

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The news this morning is full of apparent fraud extraordinaire Representative-elect George Santos who (allegedly) has almost no known, factual elements in his biography, per the NYTimes and others.

But one of the things that is missing from his coverage? No one seems to recall that Santos was at that Christmas Party with Brett Kavanaugh at the Schlapp’s house:

It seems to me that this is another compromised moment for Justice Kegger and the illegitimate and totally compromised SCOTUS.

Just out of curiosity, I looked at Politico Playbook’s email thingie this morning, and while they have a quite lengthy, above-the-fold summary of this fraud and cipher George Santos, they do not mention the Schlapp’s party. At all.

Weird, innit?

Office parties are never fun, but you go anyway because the boss notices who is there and who isn’t. We are not saying that this is like the wedding in the Godfather, but when you are indebted to someone, you show up when they invite you.

UPDATE: Steve M over at No More Mister Nice Blog wonders where this fraudster got his money. I wonder if the Schlapps might know?

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5 Responses to The Amazing Mr. Santos (and Justice Kavanaugh)

  1. Zorba says:

    Reblogged this on Politicians Are Poody Heads and commented:

    Well, that’s a group of people I’d like to “schlapp,” all right.

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  2. 100 Quatloos on the next revelation is that Mr. Santos is not gay, and his name is actually Eugene Delarosa, 37, whose family emigrated from Italy in the late 1800’s, have been lower middle class all along, and who is employed as a stocker at Walmart, and this whole thing was a dare that got grievously out of hand.

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  3. Stony Pillow says:

    Heads will roll at the FIS – they should have given him a background that would withstand a cursory inspection. The NYT piled on primarily because everyone wanted a byline. It started with one tip on one claim, and the ball got dropped until a slow news week where they needed makework.

    Heads should roll at the New York state Democratic party headquarters. This caps their completely inexcusable performance. Do you think for one second the Rs would just let this kind of rank incompetence slide?

    Fire ’em all.

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    • tengrain says:

      Stoney –

      I also do not understand why the NYTimes took this long. Everything about this story stinks.

      Rgds,

      TG

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      • Mrs BDR brought my attention to this comment on the Times article; absolutely important:

        For those of you out of towners who are unfamiliar with Mr. Santos district and its media landscape, let me educate you. Local Democrats are too inept to do thorough opposition research.

        The local weekly papers are far short of the resources or skills to do a story like this. The local daily paper absolutely has the skills, but it has shrunk to the point where it can no longer cover the region with
        enough detail to discover every corruption story such as this.

        And finally, The Times long ago shifted nearly all coverage away from Mr. Santos’ district, preferring to chronicle Brooklyn hipsters, rich folks in the Hamptons and even restaurant reviews in Los Angeles.

        So the likely reason for the story appearing now is that The Times got the tip after the election. Years ago, media pundits predicted that shrinking media coverage of the suburbs would give rise to rampant political corruption.

        Today’s Santos story shows how that is coming true

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